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Pirates' Treasure (Tumtum and Nutmeg #3)

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Hidden in the broom cupboard of Rose Cottage is the most delightful house. Shh, it's a secret. No one knows it's there... This is the home of Tumtum and Nutmeg.

When General Marchmouse unexpectedly joins the Nutmouses on a camping trip things soon begin to go horribly wrong. Before they know it, the mice are whisked downstream on Arthur's toy boat Bluebottle...

The magical t

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Paperback, 240 pages
Published April 6th 2009 by Egmont Children's Books (first published January 1st 2009)
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Tarissa
Oct 29, 2014 Tarissa rated it it was amazing
An adorable story, just as cute as books #1 and #2 in the series. Kids will love the swashbuckling adventure that Arthur, Lucy and General Marchmouse lead Tumtum and Nutmeg into this time -- much against their will. A journey across the giant Pond, where no mouse has ventured before! The story is so adorable, filled with little ingenious tidbits that the author adds in to make the adventure seem so real.

NOTE: Some parents may not approve of the use of alcohol in the story. Mostly it just added a
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Aug 30, 2010 Josie rated it it was amazing
If you liked Tumtum and Nutmeg, you'll love Tumtum and Nutmeg and the Pitrate's Treasure! Make sure to read this book if you enjoy tales of fantasty and adventure. It seems like household things can be used for much more than we use them for. It seems like ordinary mice may be a lot braver and smarter then we thought them to be. So, read this book of courages mice and there amazing adventures. You never know. There could even be an adventure right in your backyard.
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Emily Bearn was born in London, and has been a journalist since the age of 20 when she joined the staff of Harpers & Queen magazine. She then worked for a year as a diary reporter on The Times, before becoming a feature writer on the Sunday Telegraph. She became freelance in 2005 following the birth of her daughter, Freya.

The idea for the Tumtum and Nutmeg books was sparked one evening when, w
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Other Books in the Series

Tumtum and Nutmeg (7 books)
  • The First Adventure (Tumtum and Nutmeg #1)
  • The Great Escape (Tumtum and Nutmeg #2)
  • A Christmas Adventure (Tumtum and Nutmeg #4)
  • A Seaside Adventure (Tumtum and Nutmeg #5)
  • A Circus Adventure (Tumtum and Nutmeg #6)
  • Trouble at Rose Cottage (Tumtum and Nutmeg #7)

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